The increased use of IT in businesses created new challenges for auditors with increased IT risks. This presentation will talk about how does the increased reliance on IT by businesses affects the audit profession, first by analyzing the impact of IT on audit risks and how auditors should address such risks, then proceeding to discuss the impact of SOX on IT assurance, and discussion of other issues relating to auditorsâ assessment of IT General Controls (ITGC) in organizations. Topics: Financial Assertions, IT Risks
The idea of Lunch Time Tech Talk with Kempton & Sarb is to create a platform for two old friends to talk science and technology. A place to share their views, interests, and insights over a virtual lunch. Sarb is based in Vancouver. And Kempton is based in Calgary. This segment talks about e-voting security risks. More information and additional resource links available at LunchTimeTechTalkWithKemptonAndSarb.wordpress.com Topic: e-voting security risks
Ferreira, M. P. and M. I. Watanabe (1996). Razões de risco e probabilidades de acidentes para o trabalhador na grande São Paulo . Encontro Nacional de Produtores e Usuários de Informações Sociais, Econômicas e Territoriais (II CONFEST - IV CONFEGE), Rio de Janeiro, IBGE. Topics: Accident Risks, São Paulo
Can you imagine what could happen if we gave control of our life to God? It’s scary, but the benefits are world-altering. The story of Elisha challenges you to answer God’s calling and take the risks that are necessary to do His will. It's time we start taking risks and making decisions the world doesn’t understand. Come see what life can look like when we let go…when we decide to have Ridiculous Faith. Topics: elisha, control, life, risks
Podcast 240 One of the best ways to keep earning is to keep learning. Maybe the solution is the Netflix “all-you-can-eat-for-low-monthly-fee” approach. This podcast accompanies a blog post at Riscario Insider: Netflix For Learning: Unlimited Access To eMagazines, eBooks and Audiobooks Topics: podcast, Riscario Insider, learning, financial risks
Episode 76 Actions have unintended side effects. The RBC Canadian Open is making golf fans happy and stimulating the Toronto economy. What's the effect on the residential neighbourhood surrounding St. George's Golf and Country Club? We also look at other examples and how to get on the winning side. This podcast accompanies a blog post at Riscario Insider: http://blog.riscario.com/2010/07/rbc-canadian-open-and-unintended.html Topics: podcast, actuary, riscario insider, audits, financial risks
Merging and blending some thoughts on recent news on energy that appeared in on our Nanowiki 2010. The responsible implementation of Nanotechnology should be a balance between the risks and benefits to society, as analyzed by a broad spectrum of stakeholders. Our intention is to promote the debate on the evolution of this young discipline, nanotechnology, to ensure its safe and responsible development. The text is accompanied by a selection of microscopy images which summarize our efforts... Topics: nanotechnology, energy, nanowiki, risks, benefits, nanowiki edicions
The second episode in a three-part series on the Atlantic Council’s landmark report, Global Risks 2035: Search for a New Normal , by Mathew Burrows. Topics: Mathew Burrows, Global Risks 2035, Atlantic Council
Noteworthy oil and gas industry environmental health and safety (EHS) issues focus on: worker and public risk. Related issues include: facility compliance with regulations, good practices, security, environmental releases, and others, many of which are well addressed by document and records compilations and reviews, interviews, observations, and audits, assessments, and monitoring and evaluations (M&E) prevalent in environmental and health and safety management. A comprehensive... Topics: Environmental health and safety, EHS, work and public risk, environmental management systems rapid...
What Is High Blood Cholesterol and what are the Symptoms? What Causes High Cholestrol ? family history and what you eat . What Is High Blood Cholesterol and what are the Symptoms? 4 Main Types of Cardiovascular Disease (CVD), Bad Cholesterol versus Good Cholesterol, Saturated Fats and Transfats both are harmful Dietary Fats. "Essential Fatty Acids" Omega 3, omega 6. Cholesterol lowering Foods, Family history, and what you eat. Avoid foods that are bad for cholesterol levels. Topic: High Cholesterol Risks "HEART ATTACK" or "STROKE"
Episode 9 Dogs have no money. Isn't that amazing? They're broke their entire lives. But they get through. You know why dogs have no money? ... No pockets. --- Jerry Seinfeld Money is energy. The value of money comes from what it does. What you give, you get back 10 fold. So carry lots of cash. This podcast accompanies a blog post on Riscario Insider: http://blog.riscario.com/2009/03/what-does-carrying-1000-cash-for-30.html Topics: podcast, actuary, riscario insider, financial risks
Episode 42 Yes, we want to make good financial decisions. Yes, we have the capability. However, universal financial literacy remains beyond our grasp for three reasons This podcast accompanies a blog post at Riscario Insider: http://blog.riscario.com/2009/11/three-reasons-why-financial-literacy.html Topics: podcast, actuary, riscario insider, financial risks, learning
This episode just to give you some ideas to take smart risks. Risks that help you to improve. I also talked about Fear and find what truly makes you happy. I hope this podcast when it comes to take risks, fear and truly find what motivate your and makes your happy. Topics: Motivational, Take smart risks, risks, fear, find what really makes you happy
Episode 89 Did you read about the financial woes of former hockey players? No, I'm not asking you to bail out NHLers. Top athletes get paid well but usually have short careers. They may not prepare financially for unexpected costs during retirement. Let's look beyond hockey to the problem of longevity: the risk of outliving your savings. There are three ways we can protect ourselves. This podcast accompanies a blog post at Riscario Insider:... Topics: podcast, actuary, riscario insider, longevity, pensions, financial risks, financial literacy
Episode 88 Most people are close to average, when compared with their peers. That's true by definition, whether you're talking about advisors, coaches, executives, musicians or teachers. Members of a tribe tend to think alike, look alike, and talk alike. You'll spot patterns among nonconformists too. Yet there are material differences that affect that results you get. How do you pick one over the rest? This podcast accompanies a blog post at Riscario Insider: http://blog.riscario.com Topics: podcast, actuary, riscario insider, buyer beware, financial risks, trust
Podcast 242 "Dad, can I borrow the car?" Like teens, advisors want to look independent but may not be. How do you tell and why does this matter? This podcast accompanies a blog post at Riscario Insider: How To Tell If Your Advisor Is Independent Topics: podcast, Riscario Insider, learning, financial risks, buyer beware
Micheline Wandor in her Time Out preview of Internationalist Theatre`s(previously called New Internationalist Theatre) production of the British premiere of Griselda Gambaro`s `The Camp` points out that the company are taking exciting risks with regard to their internationalist policy in casting as well in choice of plays Topic: Micheline_Wandor_The_Camp_Griselda_Gamabaro_Exciting_Risks_casting_policy
Panelists, including Centers for Disease Control Director Dr. Tom Frieden and Prevention and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's Susan Desmond-Hellmann, discuss preparedness and response for global health risks Topics: Discussion Focuses on Global Health Risks, Television Program Source: Comcast Cable
Wireless Communication is one of the fastest growing technologies in the world which is an application of technology and science in the modern life. Radio and telephone to current devices such as mobile phone, laptops, television broadcasting are the most essential part of our life. Wireless LAN, Cellular Telephony and Satellite based communication networks are the several parts of the wireless communication industry. In this paper, we have emphasized on a study of Wireless LAN technologies and... Topics: WLAN, IEEE 802.11 Standard, some risks and attacks, Network Security.
Episode 176 The e-mail was titled "Summer Project: 7 Ways to Increase the Value of Your Book and Generate More Revenues." Let me translate that for you: Itâs a suggestion that advisers sell certain products to their clients to generate maximum commission and fee revenue. --- Rob Carrick, The Globe & Mail, Jul 4, 2012 There are lots of attempts to help advisors sell more. Here are recent examples from publications directed at them. Let's explore. This podcast accompanies a blog... Topics: podcast, actuary, riscario insider, trust, financial risks, financial literacy, advisors
Sentient Developments Podcast for the week of January 16, 2012. In this week's episode I talk about the assassination of an Iranian nuclear physicist and how scientists are increasingly coming to be seen as military targets. In addition, I discuss the Stuxnet worm, the devastating potential for solar storms, EMP, and botulinum attacks. Tracks used in this episode: Sepalcure: "Pencil Pimp" Todd Terje: "Snnoze 4 Love" Harald Grosskopf: "Synthesist" (Blondes remix)... Topics: terrorism, assassinations, science, nuclear proliferation, espionage, electro magnetic pulse, EMT,...
Episode 13 Is a dream a lie if it don't come true or is it something worse? --- Bruce Springsteen, The River Journalist Daniel Gross helps make sense of the latest financial crisis in Dumb Money: How our Greatest Financial Minds Bankrupted the Nation. This podcast accompanies a blog post at Riscario Insider: http://blog.riscario.com/2009/04/dumb-money-2009-what-went-wrong.html Topics: podcast, actuary, riscario insider, buyer beware, financial risks
Episode 48 It isn't just what you know, and it isn't just who you know. It's actually who you know, who knows you, and what you do for a living. --- Bob Burg No cost. No pollution. No limits. Networking makes a perfect gift. As with gardening, you harvest what you plant and nurture. This podcast accompanies a blog post at Riscario Insider: http://blog.riscario.com/2009/12/gift-of-networking.html Topics: podcast, actuary, riscario insider, careers, families, financial risks, leveraging
Taking out a loan can be risky business as it fraught with many stringent conditions that cannot be left to perfunctory or shallow reading off promotional materials. A lending company can provide service that helps a prospective borrower understand the conditions of the loan and avoid being scammed. However, the best way to assure a stress-free and risk-free path to acquiring a loan is through the assistance of an experienced loan consultant, such as Crosby Corporation . Here are some benefits... Topics: Crosby Corporation, Minimizing Risks in Taking Out Loans
Episode 44 Is it a process? Is it a system? It's the Process System! Unless you love details, planning quickly gets boring. Especially as you dive down into the depths and turn the murky details into visible steps.That's where the Process System helps. This podcast accompanies a blog post at Riscario Insider: http://blog.riscario.com/2009/11/get-results-with-process-system-for.html Topics: podcast, actuary, riscario insider, planning, financial risks, learning
Episode 74 It's summer driving season, a great time to think about safety. We don't want to become human crash test dummies. What were drivers doing when fatal car crashes occurred? This podcast accompanies a blog post at Riscario Insider: http://blog.riscario.com/2010/07/most-dangerous-part-of-driving.html Topics: podcast, actuary, riscario insider, financial risks, mortality, planning